From: Bangle Bot (bangle_bot_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 12:36:21 -0700 (PDT) To: email@example.com
When I first installed my freeBSD system I thought,
that I should install all the ports as well. Now I
realize, that it was a dumn idea. So I want to delete
all of them.
My question is: How can I delete all the pragrams that
were aded by sysinstall (pkg_add). So that I won't
damage the system.
My second question is: How can I delete almost all the
programs except some of them. What I would like to
My biggest problem is that if I say:
$ pkg_delete -r program_name
I can't see what the program actually deletes. And
because I set the "-r" it deletes all the other
programs as well, that are connected to the original
program that I specified.
How can I make it to write out the actual status, what
he is doing?
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